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How to care for aging parents when you can’t be there

9 mins | Jan 16, 2021
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Tech innovations are starting to play a key role in monitoring seniors' well-being. With the elderly being the most at risk because of the coronavirus pandemic, concerns on how to look after ageing parents, particularly when it needs to be remote, have skyrocketed in the last year. In The Wall Street Journal, Julie Jargon shares a useful guide on how to do it, and the ways in which technology can prove a very strong ally. The three stages in which tech can help you look after your ageing parents, according to experts: 1. Lay the groundwork: set up communication and tech support 2. Double down on safety: monitor 3. Arrange in-home care: use your communication tools to find help when it's needed
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